OnePlus released OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12 this week for OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, but the company has already removed it after reports of bugs and issues from users.
“We are aware of the issues caused by the OxygenOS 12 update and our software team is taking care of them,” OnePlus said. in the current situation Android Police. “We will suspend this software update and implement the new iteration as soon as possible.”
The publication is widely distributed. Android Police he was called “just awful” Emphasis on the need to switch settings in order to restart the 120Hz display and the fact that some of the “fail live” menus are examples of problems. 9do5 google Agree: “For the so-called ‘stable’ version, OxygenOS 12 is riddled with bugs and issues that make it extremely difficult to suggest an update and install on an eligible OnePlus phone,” The post says. XDA Developer Even make a recommendation for personal protective equipment Reset OnePlus 9 or 9 Pro to factory settings Try to improve things – what and how XDA Developer Note that this is not necessary after a software update.
Not that you should ever do it, but I just factory reset my OnePlus 9 Pro after updating to Android 12. It’s, yes, much better. It is much more useful. https://t.co/b7lXxieJHn
Adam Conway (@AdamConwayIE) December 9, 2021
Apparently, OnePlus not only had a rough rollout of the Android 12-based operating system. Samsung’s Android 12-powered One UI 4 started rolling out the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 this week, but it is Supposed to be quite buggy. Also, Google’s Pixel phones weren’t quite as clean as users reported connection problems Apparently due to a bug in Android 12.
It is not clear when OnePlus’ renewed OxygenOS 12 update will be released.
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